Here’s where you can celebrate the National Night Out Against Crime in Queens next week
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Support your local police and safer streets by participating in the National Night Out Against Crime that Queens precincts will observe on Tuesday night, Aug. 2. Each precinct across the city will host an evening of fun, free events for the community with the goal of building a stronger relationship with the people they serve […]

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‘Moderate’ Martins seeks Queens support as GOP candidate for Congressional seat
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In an election year where most people want to shake up the status quo, state Senator Jack Martins hopes his moderate record will convince voters on both sides of the aisle to send him to Capitol Hill. The Republican nominee for the Third Congressional District seat covering northeast Queens, northern Nassau and northwest Suffolk counties held by […]

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Do you live in (Michael) Jackson Heights? Website reimagines the names of Queens streets and neighborhoods
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Do you ever wonder about the origin of your street’s name? Real estate research site NeighborhoodX has compiled a map of streets and neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs and renamed them after celebrities, television shows and products. A handful of Queens streets and neighborhoods are renamed on the map including Queens (of the Stone Age) Boulevard and […]

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Luxe listings: These beautiful Colonial homes are on the market (and they won’t last)
Two huge homes are on the market (and they won't last)

Two must-see Colonial homes just hit the market, both situated in coveted neighborhoods with features that will take your #housegoals to a new level. These abodes brandish waterfront views, vaulted ceilings, marble entryways and stunning architectural details. Click through and enjoy a virtual tour of each homes’ spacious rooms and elegant offerings.  Let’s get right to the […]

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Campaign 2016: Northeast Queens Dems vote Suozzi for Congressional seat; incumbents dominate
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He had the most name recognition in the race — and in the end, he got the most votes. Former Nassau County executive Tom Suozzi defeated four rivals to win the Democratic nomination for outgoing Congressman Steve Israel’s Third District seat covering northeast Queens, northern Nassau and northwestern Suffolk counties. With all precincts reporting, Suozzi garnered 35.5 percent […]

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